Matter and external objects do not exist outside of perception. And it's good. It would be worse if the outside world existed. Why?
Guest - philosopher Artem Besedin
Moderator - Anton Kuznetsov
00:00 - Introduction
00:58 - What does it mean to "exist means to be perceived"?
03:45 - The assumption about the outside world leads to contradiction and skepticism
07:03 - Why Berkeley's idealism does not lead to solipsism
10:13 - Minds do not disappear if you turn your head away from them
11:48 - And the objects?
13:53 - The role of God in idealism
14:51 - Idealists do not defend themselves, but attack
17:25 - What infuriates people who study Berkley? Top Mistakes about Berkeley's philosophy
21:36 - Berkeley and his contemporaries
24:00 - Bishop Berkeley and the Church
25:55 - Berkeley as an Irishman
29:50 - Kilkenny, Berkeley and South Park
31:39 - Lenin and Berkeley
34:33 - Berkeley and slavery. Why baptism does not free from slavery
40:13 - What interested the guest in Berkeley philosophy
41:35 - Theory of vision, philosophy of language and descriptive metaphysics of Alkifron
45:05 - Why is the guest engaged in Berkeley, but not an idealist?
49:08 - Summary from Mary
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